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Navy Program at Center of Drone Survivability Debate

U.S. military unmanned aircraft for the past decade have carried out reconnaissance and strike missions in “friendly,” or permissive, skies.  The drone age began as the nation fought in lands without modern air defense systems, which could easily...

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Port Recovery in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy: Improving Port Resiliency in the Era of Climate Change

Authored by U.S. Coast Guard Fellow Commander Linda Sturgis, along with Dr. Tiffany Smythe and Captain Andrew Tucci (USCG), "Port Recovery in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy: Improving Port Resiliency in the Era of Climate Change" examines how an...

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August 25, 2014

Can US get beyond war and deterrence? Elbridge Colby says no.

At the 2014 U.S. Strategic Command Deterrence Symposium, Robert M. Gates Fellow Elbridge Colby presented during its second panel, "Mutually Assured Stability (MAS) vs. Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD): Transforming Geopolitical Relationships in a Regional Context." Dr. James J. Wirtz, Dean...

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Dr. Patrick Cronin explains the purpose of the CNAS Asia-Pacific Security Program's Maritime Strategy Project and the importance in developing a successful cost-imposing strategy towards Chinese behavior in maritime Asia.